Suver Haze CBD Flower
As one of the highest CBD strains available, Suver Haze delivers powerful effects that relax the body while energizing the mind. It’s a balanced, sativa-dominant hybrid that produces indica-like effects. It’s a great daytime CBD strain that helps to sharpen focus while delivering powerful anti-inflammatory effects.
About Energizing Haze Strains
Like all Haze strains, Suver Haze CBD is potent, energizing, and aromatic. The buds themselves are a deep mint green color covered with orange pistils and white trichomes. The dense, mid-sized nugs have a moist, not overly sticky feeling and deliver a strong smell of fruit, lemongrass, and soil. Each batch of Suver Haze is grown using organic farming practices in light assisted greenhouses, then slow-cured to perfection over 12-14 days. The finished product is one of the best CBD flower products on the market today.
Taste of Suver Haze
Suver Haze’s taste is a complex mixture of black pepper and sour green apple, thanks to its terpene-heavy profile. Most abundant among those are β-caryophyllene, which is also found in hops, rosemary, and cloves. It provides the pepper-like aftertaste that comes through after the exhale. The terpene β-Myrcene adds to the haze strain’s sedative and muscle relaxing powers while piping in notes of sweet fruit, which delivers an almost lemony taste upon inhalation. The other abundant terpene is Farnesene, which is more commonly found in the skin of green apples like the Granny Smith variety, not only adds to the fruity aroma, it also functions as an organic insect repellent, helping the plant to flourish without pesticides.
Top Level Strain of CBD Percentage
Suver Haze contains 17-24% CBD, placing it among the upper reaches of high CBD strains. It’s also chocked full of important phytocannabinoids that account for nearly 23-28% of the plant. The strain itself is made from 100% hemp flower and contains less than 0.3% THC, as required by law.
The Suver Haze strain has continuously racked up honors since it first burst onto the scene in 2019, when it took first place at the 2019 Cultivation Classic and the Weedcon Buyers Cup. The next year, it took the top prize at the 2020 Cultivation Classic again, making a rare back-to-back win and cementing its status as one of the very best CBD strains on the market today.
Suver Haze CBD Flower Effects
Suver Haze is full of unique terpenes like β-Myrcene, farnesene, and β-Caryophyllene that contribute to its CBD hemp flower effects.. And because it is hemp CBD flower, it won’t make you sleepy or heavy in the body. From the fertile soil of the Emerald Triangle in northern California and Oregon to the greenhouses in the Nevada mountains to you — at Stardust Hemp we only source the finest CBD hemp flower, whether for our raw hemp buds or our outstanding hemp flower pre-rolls that continue to pile up the rave reviews.
Origin of Suver Haze CBD Flower and the Breeders
Created in Oregon by multi-award winning cultivators the Crawford brothers, Suver Haze takes its name from a piece of CBD history. The sibling’s first research and development facility was located on Suver Road, in the heart of Oregon’s crop country, where the rich soil and wet weather patterns create an ideal environment for cultivating grasses and herbs. It was from this oasis that Suver Haze first sprouted.
The Crawford brothers didn’t set out to make one of the highest CBD strains in existence when they first pollinated 40 female Special Sauce plants with a male Neville Haze varietal. But as the offspring of those strains flowered into mature plants, the Crawfords realized something odd. Only 1 out of all 72 plants had matured into a Type III hemp plant (the classification given to strains with high levels of CBD and very low levels of THC). Usually, 25% of cross-pollinated offspring become Type III plants. To have only 1 meant something was off. The Crawfords knew instantly that their lone Type III had to be special — and they were right. The plant grew to an astonishing size and had a unique and beneficial terpene profile. They named the strain Suver # 8.
Suver #8 had a mighty aroma but wasn’t robust enough for mass market planting. While it flourished indoors, it wasn’t hardy enough to survive the elements. To strengthen its reslience, the Crawfords bred Suver #8 with a strain called Early Resin Berry (ERB), which is also the father of CBD strains such as Elektra, Sour Space Candy, and Lifter. The result was the Suver Haze varietal. The combination of Suver #8’s terpenes and aromas and ERB’s robust constitution and sweeter fruit flavors resulted in a super plant. The Suver Haze CBD strain excels in wet climates and has a natural resistance to the fungal disease botrytis. It’s also one of the most potent CBD strains every cultivated and has quickly earned a reputation for its therapeutic and creativity-unlocking effects.
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How to Tell CBD Flower from Weed
While many organizations (including the U.S. government) make distinctions between weed and CBD flower, the reality is that both hemp and marijuana are the same plant — cannabis sativa. The only differences between what we call hemp and marijuana are the amount and concentration of cannabinoids they grow, and how we use them. It’s similar to the difference between a violin and a fiddle. They’re the same instrument, but violins tend to produce classical music while fiddles tend to produce country, western, and bluegrass music.
Distinguishing the Difference
Hemp farmers may be able to spot the difference between hemp grown for fiber and marijuana grown to consume. But even the most educated consumers can’t distinguish between high-grade CBD flower and weed. The CBD bud sold in shops like The Hemp Haus has the same kind of crystals and hairs that cover marijuana buds. To even the most trained eye, both products look the same. The differences in bud density, trichome presence, and colored pistils can vary from strain to strain, but there’s no structural difference between high-end weed and the best CBD flower.
Is there a Difference in Smell?
What about smell? There again, there’s no noticeable difference between how hemp plans and weed plants smell. Even when they’re smoked or burned, the plants give off similar aromas. The differences in scent arise from varying levels of terpenes within the plant, not from any real difference between the concentrations of THC and CBD. It’s likely that a season consumer could differentiate between specific strains of cannabis, but there’s not sure-fire way to judge the THC profile of a plant with your nose.
The only true difference between hemp bud and weed comes from their chemical makeup. What we typically think of as marijuana plants contain higher levels of Delta 9 THC, the psychotropic molecule responsible for getting users high. Typically, cannabis sativa plants classified as marijuana contain between 5% and 35% THC. Hemp plants, on the other hand, are low in THC (and cannot be sold unless they contain less than 0.3%). Instead, they have a greater concentration of the cannabinoid CBD, which is responsible for the calming effects in weed.
How Much THC is Really in CBD Flower?
By federal law, there cannot be over 0.3% THC present in hemp products, but that’s misleading. First, farmers regularly grow hemp plants that exceed that amount of THC. These are called “hot” crops and must be destroyed. But the 0.3% THC in hemp flower is also misleading in another way. To understand why, it helps to know a little bit about a compound called THCA.
What is THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid)?
THCA, a cannabinoid acid present in both hemp and marijuana flowers, is non-psychotropic molecule that naturally occurs in the cannabis sativa plant. THCA is found is substantial quantities at the beginning phases of the plant’s life, but as the plant is cut, dried, and cured, the THCA gradually converts into the psychoactive molecule Delta 9 THC. The conversion can be expedited, however, by raising the temperature of the plant. That’s why smoking weed gets people high. The high temperature converts some of the THCA into regular THC. It’s also why, when making edibles, weed must first be heated in an oven. This process is called decarboxylation.
In order to get an accurate measure of the THC content in hemp, scientists must measure both the Delta 9 THC content and the THCA which will convert into THC when heated. Unfortunately, there’s no way to accurately tell exactly how much THCA will become THC. One reason why is that the amount of THC produced will vary on how the buds are treated. If they’re smoked, less THCA will become THC than if the buds are placed in an oven and heated to 220 degree.
What’s worse, the patchwork of poorly written and understood federal and state laws governing how to accurately measure THC in hemp is a total mess. Even elite lawyers are confused about them. But the bottom line is that, right now, the hemp you buy probably has more THC in it than you think. The amount of THCA that will convert to Delta 9 THC is not accounted for.
It’s important to keep that in mind when buying hemp flower CBD. Be sure to check labels for how much THCA is present in any strain in order to get a better understanding of how much THCA the hemp plant actually delivers. It’s also important to note that the 0.3% rule isn’t based on good science. There is a lot of evidence to suggest that any product with less than 1% THC won’t produce psychotropic effects. So even if there’s more THC than you think in a hemp strain, it’s usually not enough to cause psychoactive effects — and certainly not enough to get you high.
How to Vape Smoke CBD Flower
CBD hemp flower provides a wide range of benefits. Suver Haze CBD can be smoked, vaped, or baked into edibles. Each way of consuming Suver Haze creates slightly different effects. Some consumers even like to mix a little bit of THC flower in with CBD flower to get extra benefits.
Each way to consume CBD changes the how quickly effects will be felt and how long they last. Smoking CBD flower in a joint, pipe, or bong delivers the most-immediate effects. As soon as the exhale begins, effects are already beginning. When heated and inhaled, CBD flower produces effects that last roughly 30 minutes to two hours.
Suver Haze CBD flower can also be baked into edibles, as long as the CBD is first decarboxylated by putting it in the oven. When ingested, Suver Haze’s effects emerge more slowly but last much longer. Importantly, effects may not begin for two hours and can keep going up to five or six hours. So, while ingesting CBD hemp flower delivers longer-lasting effects, dosing it is more difficult. The best advice when using a new CBD strain for the first time is to start with a low amount and adjust as needed. When consuming CBD edibles this may mean waiting several hours until you are sure the effects have peaked. Although CBD flower has very little THC, it’s still possible to overdo it. The effects, however, are usually very mild and may include sleeping and lethargy.
Research suggests that CBD is more effective when consumed alongside THC. Together, both ingredients can deliver more beneficial effects than either can separately. And, because CBD reduces the psychoactive effects of THC, it’s unlikely to cause the paranoia that can stem from Delta 9 THC. Many users report that mixing a small bit of THC flower in with CBD flower results in a more well-rounded and beneficial experience.
Where to Buy Suver Haze CBD Flower
The Suver Haze strain is available from The Hemp Haus in Kansas City, Mo. But for those who live away the area and are wondering where to find premium CBD flower near me, visit the Hemp Haus online to browse from the best CBD flower available.
The Hemp Haus ensures that every product it sells is third-party tested to ensure that it meets federal and state regulations. If you’re looking for the highest quality products made by the best CBD flower companies, The Hemp Haus stocks only the finest strains available on the market today. Whether you’re interested in stopping headaches, preventing nausea, soothing achy joints, overcoming insomnia, or unlocking your creativity potential, The Hemp Haus has the right product for you.
Stardust Hemp Company Overview
At Stardust Hemp, The Hemp Haus own brand, we know that quality starts at the source and ends with an experienced, knowledgeable staff that would never dream of offering their customers a product they would not have in their personal stash. We have no middlemen here. We visit farms and talk with cultivators, and we hand select the flower that ends up on our shelves. Only high-quality, hand-trimmed hemp flower will pass here—no biomass, no broad leaf—just the preservation of densely packed, ripe trichomes. We achieve this by continuously sourcing from 17 different farms that have organic farming practices. Our cultivators can be found anywhere from the Emerald Triangle to the Nevada mountains. We source from experts at indoor, greenhouse, and outdoor cultivation. Because we don’t use a middleman, we can offer lower prices for a grade A product. Up-to-date COAs are always on hand in our clean, climate-controlled facility.
Dosing CBD Hemp Flower
It’s a personal choice how much of a hemp CBD flower a person consumes. Hemp product effects will vary from individual to individual. Raw flower is smokeable or can be vaped. You can also use it to make edibles. In each instance, the time to onset and duration of effects are different. When inhaling CBD herb, the effects are immediate and might last from 30 minutes to 2 hours. When consuming edibles, it could take up to 2 hours to feel effects, but will last for hours longer. Our go-to motto is “Start low and go slow,” until you know your speed.
If you want to discuss CBD flower, or any other hemp product, for your specific needs, reach out anytime. Our staff is highly educated in hemp and is here to support you so you can find the product that is right for you.
We make them with the same high-quality, hand-trimmed flower (no biomass, no trim, no shake).